Justin Bieber and One Direction dropped albums on the same day and the Internet is breaking
As most loyal fans know, both Justin Bieber and One Direction released new albums on Friday, November 13, officially proving that Friday the 13th does not necessarily bring bad luck. Both 'Purpose' and 'Made It In The A.M.' are huge gifts to fans, who have long-waited their releases and been satisfied with weekly singles up until this point.
Naturally, the Internet blew up over these albums dropping. Fans totally supported their respective muses, and some even threw a little healthy competition into the mix.
Check out how people are celebrating this historic day on social media:
Bieber's music has inspired some fans to create their own art:
The new 1D album is about as necessary as seasonal Starbucks:
Fans really feel like their 1D boys are making music for them, not just for the industry:
Sticks and stones, 1D boys, sticks and stones.
It's always good to have your priorities straight:
I was on a date and I told him that I had to go home early because #MITAM was getting released today.— BUY MADE IN THE A.M (@h0tlikepayne) November 13, 2015
They just keep getting better:
Listening to #MITAM Me: omg this is my fav *next song plays* Me: okay no this is my fav *next song plays* Me: okay WTF all my fav— Updates1DForU (@Updates1DForU) November 13, 2015
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Not having access to 'MITAM' is equal to 10,000 Adele heartbreak songs:
Could 'Purpose' earn Justin one of the most highly-esteemed awards in the music industry?
I'm so sure that Justin will win a Grammy. #Purpose— ₁₉₉₄ (@iKidrauhlEmpire) November 13, 2015
Dancing to 'Purpose' is almost an out-of-body experience
Even fictional celebrities love the Biebs:
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